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THE EV1NING BULL TIN: HONOLULU, B. 1.,
MAY 1, 1899. Vi '
PaMliheJ Every Dty. tpt Sunday. t io King
ttrrtt, Honolulu, II. I , by tin
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COiMPANY.
W. II. HARRINGTON.
, City Editor
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MONDAY, MAY 1, 1890.
This is the Amoricnn May Dny
tbnt henceforth will bo tnruo'l
over excluBively to Dtwpy.
Charles M. Cojke lint given
S30.0CO, to be used in the interests
of philanthropic work. Score oup
for tbo good results of Htiwaii's
A San Fraucieco pnpor stated
that Commissioner UrastidiuttDdn
to take the Biahop Museum to
Omaha. This wns bofore Mr.
Umsted arrived in Honolulu and
hnd mot Prof. Uripham.
Tbo proportion to make Ha
waii'd publio schools free Behooln
is a matter of such apparout jus
tico that one wonders where the
opposition to such a move can
como from. Cortainly not from
enlightened and loyal Americans.
The Hov. Wm. "Webber finds
nothing better to do than foment
jng discord among women by tell
log them that tbo hat is merely n
badge of servitude, Advertieor,
Aud the official
nothing bolter to b than talking
through its hat.
Of the Gl,37'l Japauoao residing
in foreign countries; at the oud of
1897, 31,298 were found in tbo tor
ritory of the United States. Yet
somo of our good citizens havo
allowed themselves to bolievo that
Jap id nilliow withjiudifferonce
an extension of tbo exclusion act
to Japanese immigrants.
According to tbo points brought
out by tbo investigation of Boss
Crokor's political methods, there
is something more than glory
coming to Orokor'e sons ou the
scoro of being tbo son of a politi
cal leader. Crokor's boy Beeras to
have corraled a goodly shnro of
the finuncial chips from tbo old
IE the various reports givon out
during Parliamentary and Con
gressional iseeBious in Gnat Bri
tain and thai United) SlateB wore
taken literarally ono might bo led
to boliovo',tliat Groat Britain and
tbo United StateB are racing to
see wbiohcan'.lfirBt complete a
Pacific cable. .Ab a matter of fact
it has thus far been a cueo of
which onojean talk tho most and
accomplish the least.
A Presbyloriau Minister has
started a sect tho members of
which bind thoiuselves to refiiBo to
vote in tho United States because
tho constitution does not acknowl
edge God na tho author of civil
government. If the degroo of ro
ligiou in a community is to be
measured by thonnmber of pco
plo declining to take part in elec
tions, tho Republic) of Hawaii
comes closo to perfection.
On this treo p'uiiting day when
Commissioner iierbuit Inyo the
foundation for beautifying the
iiotf boajh boulevardlho childrcu
of tho'acliooln are conspicuous in
tho cri'inonio3 by tbnir absence.
Mr. Horbert'tf work will doubtless
bo fully appreciated iu years to
oome, but why should those in
nuthprirv over tho schools havo al
lowad t,hU opportunity to iutoroel
'tlio children pisa wijhout nolico ?
Prof.WrolBPy of Yale nay of tho
iiituit'on i .the Philippines:'" Gov.
orn wo must. Civil government
would mean. chaos if the personal
guarantees go with it. No govern
ment cau succeed there which is
not based upon force. Wo need
to placo a benovolont despot iu
every district in tho archipelago.
Therefore, themilitary govern
mout is tho only one possibl".
And this is dopeudent upon the
inaction of OoDgrois."
Wailuku, Maui is now making
itself heard and tbo peoplo assert
thoir intention to follow Hilo's
oxamplo. Wailuku makes tbo
mistako of calling for band Instru
monts first. It should follow tho
Hilo campaign in detail, by re
gistering its kick) on publio im
provements and wlion tho desired
appropriations, etc., nro received
make a demand for tbo music that
Boothoa tho savage breast. Hilo's
kicks havo not beon without cause
and tho nnults aro such that tho
people aro iu proper mental con
dition to thoroughly enjoy tbo
improvements in tho band wagon.
I'OII 1IAHIIOK IMPIIOVISMKNT.
Editor Evening Bullktin:
Noticing in tho various daily pa
per tbo agitation in ro, wharf ac
commodation and harbor iraprovo
monts, ploaso allow mo through
your columns, to draw tbo atten
tion of the Government to tho
On account of tho difficulty
largo vrcsels oxporienco (in and
out-going) in making tho light
house turn, would it not bo in tho
lino of valuable improvement, to
tear away tin Pacific Mail wharf
and continue on in n straight line
to tho Oceanic dock and do away
with tho kuncklo at tho Iulor
Make a new street or waterfront
with tho laud now occupied by tbo
lumber yard maukn, tbon tbo pre
sent waterfront would bo blasted
oat into slips at a great saving
compared to blasting under water.
This would insure more wharfage
and also allow of more harbor
room for handling vessels, besides
being in line of perpetual im
Honolulu, April 30, 1899.
KSTKISJl Ol' SUL.D1BII.
Written for the EVENING BNLLETIN.
To the Peovle or Honolulu.
On our arrival bore I was so
much surprised to view tho grand
tropical suonory, and tho intelli
gent people who live bore, that I
could hardly make out whether
it was. a dream or whetbor I was
really in Honolulu. Tho peoplo
here aro superior to the people in
tho Stales in manners and dress.
The young pooplo hero havo got
sonse enough to pass a soldier in
tho streets and koop their mouth
shut, and everybody has boon bo
polilo to givo auy information,
that I could hardly go away from
hero without loaving somo word
of congratulation to tho pooplo of
this placo for the way they have
treated tho Cth Artillery.
JonN F. Price,
Private. Battery M, Cth Artil
Onto III. Carve..
I am constrained to believo that
tho whole mattor (labor importa
tion) undor discussion by the
cabinet is a featuro of Mr. l)olo's
campaign for governor. And it is
ono which will fail for tho simple
reason that tho govornmont at
Washington is ou to his curves.
The Fidelity and Deposit Company o! Maryland
has just completed arrangements for furnishing Surety Bonds of every
description at lowest possible rates. No delay attending execution.
DO HOT ASK FOU PERSONAL' SURETY !
DO NOT GIVE IT!
If you desire a Bond as Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, Receiver,
Assignee; in Replevin, Attachment and Appe.il Cases; Public Official,
Officer of Fraternal Society; Employee or Officer of Bank, Mercantile
House, Railway or Steamship Company; Contractor, etc., call and get
Tlio Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland,
A07 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
To'tkiy's Honolulu Stock
NAMB STOCkI Capital Sh'r Capital
Am bug rCo.As' 750,0015 ood
Ambuuo p a mx 150,000
Ewa IMant'n Co, 9,000,000 o,ooo
Itamoa IMan Co 175.00c
Haw'n Ajrr. C 1 ,000,000
Haw'n Sue Co! 9,000,000
Hon oka a S Co
Klhel 1'CoLdA 1,500,000 jo,ot
Maunalel SC A
" rJ up
OahuS Co. ..
Olowalu Com yj 150,00011,500
I'aaunau a ri-o 5,000,1
racinc ou mini
PepcMo hu Co
" " (pi up)
a mAMWM nv
wailuku u co
1 9 5,000
WIMfr S S Co
Inter-1 9 S N Co
Haw n Llec Co
Mutual Tele Co
Haw Gov,6per c
5 Pioneer Mill, 400; 5 Paauhau, 39; 5 Honomu, 400:
10 Pioneer Mill, 410; 10 Kona, assessable. 99.
Ookala stock Is now of a par value ol $90.
Our Soldier Boys.
Welcomel Officers aad Men of the lately
arrived Artillery Battalion; and It Is hoped
that the Honolulu detail of Uncle Sam's
boys will find their lines laid in a pleasant
place. The natural desire Is to have a
00k about the countrv. to obtain a knowl
edge of the surroundings of the camp or
barracks; to note tne peculiarities of nature's
handiwork In and about Honolulu. In
this the soldier visitor must help himself,
but he may obtain a most useful and valua
ble asslstant,one which vylll reduce the time,
the distance, the expense of slcht-seelnit.
and which will always be ready to accom
pany him in nis jaunts, mis useiui as
sistant may beelthera high-grade Crescent
or Remington bicycle, and which must be
sold for less than cost, to make room for a
carload of Sterling Bicycles now In transit.
Members of Company I, N, A, K, will
find a bargain In our machines. The terms
are easy, the prices low, the wheels strong
and faithfully constructed. Glveusacall.
The Pacific Cycle and Manufacturing Co.,
Ehler Building, Fort street.
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE I
' SUCTION HOSE!
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co., Lti,
Indurated Fibre Ware.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
THE FACTORY . . . ,
Bowls, BuRgy Palls,
Beer Trays, Chamber Palls)
Chambers, Dairy Palls,
Funnels, Flower Pot Saucers,
tlandy Dishes, Jardinieres,
Pitchers, Slop Jars
Slop Jar Mats, Slop Urns,
Spittoons, (Three Sizes),
Tubs, (All Sfces),
Wash Basins, Water Palls.
These goods are durable and cheap and
are worth your Inspection.
See display In our large window.
W. W, Dimond & Co.,
..... -Von Holt Block, King street.
BSTAgents, Gurn?y Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood). Standard Blue Stoves,
Sets of Old Hawaiian Stamps,
Hawaiian Souvenir Cuff Buttons,
Hawaiian Photographic Views,
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
FOR SALE AT THE
Golden Rule Bazaar
316 FORT STREET.
A BARGAIN IN
SILK CRASH HATS
We have also recelvtd a fine selection
of Bows, Pufls, Techs, Ascots, and Impe
rials, which we can sell at prices from 25c
Our Golf and Negligee Shirts, both
Men's and Boys', are the finest and the
largest assortment we ever had.
A new line of Men's Boys' and Chil
dren's clothing just arrived from the East,
which we are selling at very low prices.
Boys' all wool Pants, 50 and 75c.
Boys' fedora Hats from Si. 50 to $2.00.
In fact all our goods are low.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street' : : f averlGy BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Qrdor.
Telephone No. 67C. No. o-n, Hotel St.
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tation at Hanalel, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
p. m. will be prosecuteJ according to law.
SEE TA1 WAI.
ti87-2m Hanalel, Kauai.
Klhel Plantation Co's. Stock Books
will be closed to transfers from Trldny,
April 20th, to Friday, May 4th, Inclusive.
J. P. COOKE,
l20S-3t armrmt rrmi TniT.iTre''lSUrer'''1
The monthly meotinf; of tho
Woman's Bonrd for tho mouth of
May will bo hold iu the parlors ot
Central Union Church at 2:80 p.
m. Tuesday afternoon, May 2.
Miss Albright will roadya papsr
on "Woman'o Yoik foi "Wbnlnn,"
A prnisa and llinnksciviutr eorviue
(will bo held.
Hil Will ill II
GEAR, LANSING & CO., ,
Real Estate and
ON YOUNG STREET, NEAR KAPIOLANI,
A-Choice residence of 3 Bed-rooms, Parlor and Dining Room,
Kitchen and. Pantry, Batii and patent W. C; good plumbing,
Stable,iOut-houses, and Servants' Quarters. Good income
property; rents for 40 monthly. Size of lot; IS x 1 $$.
No. 18 95 x 200, comer Keeaumokii and
Kinau streets, ready for building,
next to handsome residences now
No. iooo x too, eight fine Residence Lots
facing on Lunalllo and Kinau streets.
These are very choice lots, on line
proposed Rapid f Transit. Easy
No. 25 ;oo x 290, on Beretanla st near
Keeaumoku street, running through
to Young street. One of the mqst
desirable building sites In the city.
No. 40152 x 37o.onNobleystreet,KaIllil,
with L on side street. Good eleva
tion, good view; cheap; must be
seen to be appreciated.
No. 4535 x 105, on Beretanla street, near
Fort street. Lane on side main
tained; desirable store lot, ready for
GEAR, LANSING &' CO.,
OEHDfflE TE11E WIIE1S
Shirt Waists !
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed. J
ft S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
And buy a homo and by so doing sccuro
monthly dividends, this is our advico,
and wo havo somo bargains in Real
Estate. IIoAvover, if you havo tho
i'ovcr and -want to speculate in Stocks,
- wo will givo caroful attention to any or
ders placed -with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
""ft "AT yfN3 ft TIT
01UU1VU I1JSU WnlTJb
Ogden lulling & Elevator Oo.'s
ibeo. a. riraa
BUILDING, FORT SUREETV
47 In Kaplolanl Park, 100 x 200 '; a
desirable home, containing owner's
barn, out houses, etc.; fruit and
ornamental trees. Either for sale or
will be leased to a desirable tenant.
49 75 -v 125, on Anapunl street. Cot
tage 7 rooms and bath. Uood view,
high elevation; cheap.
No. 5c 75 x 200, Magazine, and Thurston
and Spencer. Oood elevation; faces
on three streets.
No. 51 92 x 157, comer Wilder Avenue
and Kewalo. Nice house of 7 rooms
and bath; large grounds; fruit and
ornamental trees; bam and out
buildings. TO LET A desirable residence on Mag
azine street (Punchbowl) ; seven
rooms, bath and toilet; bam, chicken
house, servants' quarters. Large
grounds, with fruit and ornamental
trees. Beautiful view of harbor.
Building, Fort Street.
Real Estate Agent.
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for Hawaiian Islands.
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